Clay 59, Roane 35: The host Panthers ran out to a 19-8 lead after the first quarter and never looked back. Isabelle Haverty turned in 16 points and 10 rebounds for Clay (15-3) while Payton Lucas added 13 points and Katelyn Horrocks 11. Clay's Bethany Young grabbed 10 rebounds. Cassidy Taylor dropped in 10 points for the Raiders.
Sherman 52, Van 47: Kendra Pannell scored 18 points and Baylee Harless added 13 as Sherman (8-7) picked up a road win. Destiny Lovejoy had 15 points for Van.
Tucker County 46, Pocahontas County 34: The visiting Mountain Lions held the Warriors to 22 points over the final three quarters. Elizabeth Nicholas totaled 11 points for Tucker (11-4) while Bekah Simmons and Madison Mullenax dropped in 10 apiece. Melissa Murphy had 12 points for Pocahontas (11-5).
Cross Lanes 39, Teays Valley 36: Laura Jones netted 15 points as Cross Lanes Christian (13-5) won at home. Gabby Harrah had a game-high 22 points for Teays Valley Christian (9-6).
PikeView 76, James Monroe 48: Lyndsay Hatfield had 22 points, 10 rebounds and seven steals for host PikeView. Madison May scored 12 points for the Class AA No. 8 Panthers (13-3) and Courtney White added 10. Mikaila Moran led James Monroe with 13 points.
Elk Valley 69, Valley 19: Brianna Newhouse scored a game-high 17 points to lead host Elk Valley Christian to a win. Anna Oxley added 11 points and Chelsea Burdette 10 for Elk Valley (12-7). Emily Smallman had 11 points to lead the Greyhounds.
Saturday's girls game
Ravenswood 62, Parkersburg Catholic 48: Taylor Treadway scored 24 points as Ravenswood earned a road win Saturday.
Kayla Scritchfeld added 12 points for the Red Devils. Alex Schaffer had 16 points for Parkersburg Catholic.
The boys basketball game between Class AAA No. 2 South Charleston and No. 4 Woodrow Wilson scheduled for Monday was postponed due to school closing in Raleigh County.
The game will be played at 7:30 tonight at the South Charleston Community Center.